Fake crime frauds

By Staff Writer

Cash-strapped citizens fake break-ins 
 
From IOL
By Bronwyn Gerresten

Many South Africans are reporting false hijackings, housebreakings and other theft claims in order to get rid of their monthly repayments and be paid out by insurance companies.

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